Harris Shield: Sai high for Vivekanand

Updated: Dec 03, 2016, 12:15 IST | Harris Shield

Offie Naidu's 11 wickets in the game help Kandivli outfit shock former champs Shardashram


Sai Naidu, Abbas Karachiwala, Off-spinner Yash Jathar and Shreyas Mandlik

Former champions Shardashram Vidyamandir (English) crashed to an innings and 120-run defeat to Swami Vivekanand (Kandivali) in their two-day Elite Group Harris Shield match at Cross Maidan yesterday.

After scoring 266 in 63 overs, Swami Vivekanand (Kandivli) bowled out Shardashram for 153 thanks to off-spinner Sai Naidu’s five-wicket haul. Following on, Shardashram yet again succumbed to Sai (6 for 16) and were dismissed for 98. Leg-spinner Neil Patade claimed 3 for 28 as the Kandivli side won by an innings and 20 runs.

Adhesive Abbas shines
Left-handed batsman Abbas Karachiwala’s unbeaten 58 helped Lilavati Podar avoid defeat against IES VN Sule Guruji English Vidyalaya at the Elphinstone ground, Oval Maidan.

The No. 4 batsman remained not out as his side ended the game with 149 for 9. Abbas, who put on a vital 45-run partnership with Gaurav Bathena, batted for almost 30 overs from one end.

Earlier, his spin bowling claimed three IES wickets. IES left-arm spinner Ayush Zimare’s 6-69 went in vain.

Yash too good
At the Parsee Gymkhana, Swami Vivekanand International School (Borivli) dished out a dominant performance to beat IES Modern English School (Dadar) by an innings and 128 runs. 

Overnight centurion Vighnesh Kharge slammed an unbeaten 150, (18x4, 1x6). Suved Parkar, who was unbeaten on 25 overnight, scored 72.

Swami Vivekanand’s off-spinner Yash Jathar claimed eight wickets in the game including 6-43 in his 19-over spell in IES Modern English’s second innings in which they were dismissed for 74 following their paltry 88 in the first.

Super skip Shreyas
Rizvi Springfield registered an outright win over Cathedral & John Connon at the Vengsarkar Academy, Oval Maidan.

Resuming on their overnight score of 214 for 3, Rizvi declared at 260 for 4 in 42.1 overs after batting for 20 minutes.

Skipper Shreyas Mandlik, who ended Day One with 96, reached his hundred with a boundary and ended up with 120 off 105 balls.
Following on, Cathedral were dismissed for 75.

Cathedral couldn’t do better in the second innings and were bowled out for 44 through the bowling efforts of medium pacer Akash Yadav (3-8), off-spinner Mandlik (3-4) and left-arm spinner Farhan Shaikh (3-9).

—Inputs from Binaisha M Surti and Vivek Singh

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